Christmas is approaching!!! I would like to wish all the parents and children a very Merry Christmas! 🎅🎊🎉
Previously, our school had participated in an “Online Christmas Carol Singing Festival 2021” of the “Child Development Matching Fund CDMF”.
Parents can browse the “Child Development Matching Fund CDMF” Christmas Carol Singing Festival on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/hkcsf/),
Enjoy watching the video clips of our school and each participant’s performance.
Simultaneously, the conference will display the highlights of the carol festival performances in designated shopping malls, in an arbitrary manner.
Starting from 25th to 31st December, parents and children can visit the designated malls, watch the video clips and enjoy the festive season.
The details of the showtimes in the assigned malls are as follows 👇🏻
Sincerely, TWGHs Chan King Har Kindergarten
December 20, 2021
1. Tips from a Chiropractor – “A Good Night’s Sleep”
The average person spends one-third of his or her life sleeping. So, do you sleep well? In this episode, chiropractor Dr. Aton Lee Fong-tin shares the key to improving your sleep quality. 👍
2. Exercises to Strengthen Your Spine – “The Pectoral Muscles’ Buddy”
Want to know who is the best buddy of your pectoral muscles 🤔? Learn simple shoulder stretches to improve issues such as round shoulders and kyphosis with the chiropractic instructor!
3. One Minute Exercise to Protect Our Spine – “Chiropractic Pairing Game”
Don’t miss the chiropractic card game giveaway 😍 See how Little Miss Rabbit uses her set of chiropractic cards to play games!
1. [A Festive Special] – “DIY Lucky Coin Bank for Your Lunar New Year Red Packets”
After our previous Christmas handicraft session with Dr. Chiropractor, Little Miss Dragonfly has a new activity just for you 😝 This Lunar New Year, turn a milk carton into a coin bank. Get ready to open your red packets! 🧧
2. “2020 Results Sharing Session”
2020 has been quite an extraordinary year, we cordially invite you to join us in reflecting upon the past year. Let’s not forget the importance of chiropractic care even in the “epidemic” ❤️
3. “Sitting Posture: Side of Waist, Ankle, and Knee”
Did you accidentally ate too much candy and rice cakes 😰? Don’t worry, train your muscles at the side of your abdomen with Ken Sir 🏋 now!
1. Tips from a Chiropractor – “How to detect spinal problems in children?”
Can you detect spinal problems early? 🤔 Dr. Sun Lung explains how to detect spinal problems from the child’s habits/physical needs/health conditions. ❓
2. Exercises to Strengthen Your Spine: “Lie Down, Exercise With a Towel”
Little Miss Rabbit will teach you to move your hips and pelvis while lying down, 🐰 simply stretch with a towel before bedtime!
3. One Minute Exercise to Protect Our Spine: “Send Mr. Bean Bag Home”
There are proper ways to walking and standing! Play a relaxing game, to learn more about the ideal posture for walking. 🚶
1. Tips from a Chiropractor: “Scoliosis in Youths”
Scoliosis is a time bomb that needs to be addressed. 💣 Chiropractor Dr. Jennifer Ng Pui-chee introduces the types, causes, impact, and examination of scoliosis. 🕵📽
2. Exercises to Strengthen Your Spine – “↑Brush Up↑, ↓Brush Down↓”
We are familiar with brushing our teeth, but we can brush our shoulder blade and spine too! Learn to use a towel to exercise our shoulders, back and arms! 😁📽
3. One Minute Exercise to Protect Our Spine: “Squats to Strengthen Your Bones”.
An alternative way to play with layers/blocks? 🤔 Experience deep squatting and play some games at the same time!💦📽
The following recommendations are applicable to children from K1 to K3 in Hong Kong’s kindergartens which includes:
Children engage in at least 180 minutes of physical activity of any intensity per day, including at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (for example: jogging, jumping, ball games).
Children should not be active in a limited space (such as strollers/trolleys) or remain seated for more than 1 hour; the duration of children coming into contact with the screen (such as tablets, mobile phones) should also not exceed 1 hour; at the same time, children should be encouraged to participate in reading and telling a story.
Children should maintain 10-13 hours of good quality sleep (including nap time) every day; at the same time, children should be encouraged to establish regular sleeping and wake-up hours.